Ryan Kent was left out of Liverpool Under-23s’ 3-0 defeat to Chelsea on Monday, giving the Rangers fans hope they might see him make an Ibrox return before the end of the month.
The snub comes just days after the ex-Gers loanee posted a cryptic message on his Instagram that appeared to suggest that the Reds were holding him back.
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It’s no surprise that the Ibrox faithful want to see Kent in the famous Light Blue again. The winger was brilliant for Steven Gerrard’s side last season, scoring six times and setting up another nine in his 43 appearances, and he eventually won the PFA Young Player of the Year.
As well as being excited about a potential reunion with Kent, some supporters are getting annoyed by the Premier League club’s treatment of the 22-year-old. These Gers fans don’t appreciate the way the youngster is being treated by his parent club at a time when it might be best for all parties if he were to leave Anfield.
Here’s how they reacted to the latest news on Twitter…
I know I’m annoyed about the saga, but it’s clear Liverpool are ruining Ryan Kent’s career. This is surely sheer neglect.
— Kevin Wakeham (@KWRFC1995) August 19, 2019
— Jordo ✋ (@jordy21389) August 20, 2019
Me too. We want him, he wants to come, no brainer.
— Joe ‘wotta’ Anderson ???????⚽️? (@_wotta) August 20, 2019
At this stage, if Ryan Kent is to come back on loan the Jamie Murphy will leave and Jake Hastie goes out on loan. We’ll still have Jones, Ojo, Barker and Arfield that can play wide. We’ll see…
— Simply Rangers ?? (@simplythegers) August 20, 2019
Just want him back?
— TJH (@taylorJhaig) August 20, 2019
Liverpool would rather have Ryan Kent sit in the reserves than push his price tag up even more at Rangers how bizarre
— Evan (@EvanC1) August 19, 2019
Ma heart canny handle any more Ryan Kent rumours man…too much
— Gregor Mair (@greegs97) August 19, 2019
I have a sneaky feeling Ryan Kent is coming back to rangers.
— Robert-w.a.t.p (@rangerslad1983) August 19, 2019
— Daniel Caine (@DanielCaine97) August 19, 2019